These super cute print-and-go sheets for articulation are a quick and easy way to get multiple repetitions and practice your speech sound targets in all positions. They are a great size and fit two sheets to a page for initial-medial-final-mixed positions to cut down on printing, but NOT practice! Featuring 10 pictures on each letter with a challenge to given to say each word 5 times before you find and color it, it is easy to get quick drills in. This number of repetitions can definitely be tweaked if you want to student to say more or less, so just be flexible! Each sound also has a ‘jumbo’ page where there are all 30 word targets on a full page… so there are different levels of expectations to adapt to your students
As always, I love to use one sheet in a number of different ways. So why not get crafty and other than coloring, use stampers or dabbers, put mini erasers or counters on each picture or even punch holes, paint, use crayons or watercolor pencils? These are SO EASY to adapt to different articulation hierarchies such as asking the child to use a phrase-sentence-or even story using the pictures on their page. The take home message: use these flexibly!
I am a HUGE fan of getting hands on and creative in speech to get high practice within sessions. Check out my other resources for LATE SPEECH SOUNDS:
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Rebecca Reinking - Adventures in Speech Pathology